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Children of migrant and Roma origins often face situations of exclusion. As a result, their educational achievements are generally lower, while their chances of leaving compulsory education are greater. This situation entails greater risks of social marginalisation, integration failure and, ultimately, poverty, which in turn has adverse effects on the social development and economic growth of the host country in the long term. The RoMigSc Project has compiled a catalogue of good practices indoi:10.20319/pijss.2019.52.700711 fatcat:rwtgwmokh5b7hdtwbgxgxydtua